Divisional Events

    • Introduction to Lower School

    • Introduction to Middle School

    • Introduction to Upper School

2021 Open Houses

    • 2021 Open House - Thursday

    • 2021 Open House - Saturday

Programmatic Events

    • Tuition Assistance

    • Athletics

    • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    • The Arts

    • Fireside Chat with Michael Turner

    • STEAM

    • Educational Excellence - Lower School

Special Highlights

    • Shipley's School Motto

    • The Arts At Shipley Highlights

    • Athletics at Shipley Highlights

    • Student Voices at Shipley Highlights

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  • What advice do you have for new students?

    Making friends at Shipley is easy because everyone shares common interests with each other and being a family is really what we honor. Playing sports and being a part of Student Government is fun and also helps to bond friendships and relationships with coaches or teachers outside of the classroom. 
  • What is the most valuable lesson learned at Shipley?

    The most valuable lesson I have learned at Shipley is that it’s okay to not simply fit into one box. I have many different interests that, at first glance, do not cohesively fit together. However, through activities and clubs, I have been allowed to pursue many of them and I believe that each interest makes up my identity.

  • What advice would you give to new students coming into Shipley?

    Don’t be nervous – just go in and have fun and meet new friends. I know that can be hard to do, but everyone is really nice and welcoming!
  • What do I love most about Shipley?

    What do I love most about Shipley?
    There are so many things I love about Shipley, but if I had to say one thing, it would be community. A community that respects one another, challenges one another and supports one another. The faculty is one of excellence, and my children are extremely fortunate to be part of this amazing community.
  • What would we want prospective families to know about Shipley?

    Shipley is an amazing school that is able to uniquely balance academic rigor with teaching my children to have compassion for themselves and others. Shipley also doesn’t fit a mold for one specific type of child. It also pushes my children to take risks and try things that they may have never thought to try (like school musicals, student government, or public speaking).
  • Why did we choose Shipley?

    We chose Shipley because of the people.
    As the admission counselor walked us through the school, we had the opportunity to speak with students. We were so impressed by their engagement, poise, and enthusiasm. We wanted that for our daughters.

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